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Whether you’ve attended a livestream event and would like to watch it again, or you missed it the first time around, our recorded events give you a second chance to catch the course...for a limited time only.

Missed a livestream? Recorded replays provide everyone with an extended opportunity to watch and learn about timely topics from our livestream events, but only for 30 days after each livestream event—so make sure to catch them before they're gone!

 

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Note: Mental health professionals are not eligible to receive Continuing Education credits from watching recorded replays. ASHA SLPs, educators, and other professionals should make sure to check with their respective regulatory bodies to determine if they are eligible.

Tweens & Teens

Part 1: How Can We Help Teens When They Want Us to Go Away?

Series Name: Exploring the Unique Needs of Teens Who Are Developing Social Self-Awareness

In this first part of a two-part series we discuss teens’ expectations for how we work with them even when their social emotional self-regulation skills are lagging significantly behind their neurotypical peers. We explore how to help students deemed oppositional or resistant to active participation in classrooms and treatment sessions. We also review how education and employment laws in the USA change when children turn 18 years old.
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Replay Access is available from Jan 21 - Feb 22
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Tweens & Teens

Part 2: Choosing Social Strategies to Take Charge of One’s Thoughts, Feelings, and Actions

Series Name: Exploring the Unique Needs of Teens Who Are Developing Social Self-Awareness

In this second part of a two-part series, we examine the role of executive functions, social emotional learning, and use of metacognitive strategies when helping students learn how to meet their own goals. Concepts related to social conformity, boredom management, and fostering autonomy and motivation by developing one’s own self-management and public relations campaigns are explored.
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Replay Access is available from Jan 22 - Feb 22
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Back by Popular Demand Recorded Replay Available Through May 31st

Executive Functioning

Part 1: How Do We Get Things Done?

Series Name: Fostering the Development of Executive Functions

Organizational skills for homework and classwork start with organized thinking. In this first of a two-part series, we explore three critical and fascinating aspects involving how every individual engages in organized thinking and then explore the process of identifying goals, creating action plans, and developing metacognitively based strategies to help our children, students or clients get things done.
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Executive Functioning

Part 2: Finding One’s Motivation to Tackle Many Moving Parts of Any Assignment

Series Name: Fostering the Development of Executive Functions

This second part of a two-part series is an exploration of metacognitive strategies to help students find their motivation, learn about time prediction, prioritize their workload, and track multiple assignments simultaneously. We explore the importance of perspective taking and how interventionists can help students learn to turn in their own assignments. Information can be used by attendees and students across school, community, and home. This course gets stellar reviews!
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Replay access available to watch through May 31st
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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All About Emotions

Part 1: Helping Students Gain Perspective on Their Emotions

Series Name: The Power of Emotions: Strategies to Fuel Self-Regulation, Learning, and Communication

In this first part of a four-part series we explore how our emotions are central to our social competencies, executive functions, and self-regulation. Emotions are our brain’s powerhouse; they can help fuel motivation or derail us. We investigate how negative emotions are processed differently than positive emotions and how emotions are the cornerstone of each person's memories, both good and not so great. Learn strategies to help students unpack their daily emotional experiences.

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3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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All About Emotions

Part 2: Learning about Shame, Pride, and Pathways toward Social Emotional Self-Regulation

Series Name: The Power of Emotions: Strategies to Fuel Self-Regulation, Learning, and Communication

In this second part of a four-part series, we explore the special role of self-conscious emotions, such as pride and shame. We explore how to help social learners take command of their brain by learning metacognitive strategies to foster development of social competencies and motivation to build and sustain relationships. A case study illustrates how we worked with a teen to develop the desire and strategies to make friends while he actively boasted “I am the most hated kid in school and I love it!”

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Replay Access is available through May 31st
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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All About Emotions

Part 3: Emotions Guide Meaning Making and Language to Relate

Series Name: The Power of Emotions: Strategies to Fuel Self-Regulation, Learning, and Communication

This third part of our four-part series on the power of emotions explores how emotions are embedded within academic standards. Social emotional navigation is a crucial ingredient for teamwork, both in school and in the 21st-century workforce. Practical strategies about perspective taking accompany the social investigation into how each child, student or client reads each other’s intentions, what each individual wants from the other as they relate, and how collectively, individuals sync their emotions as part of our narrative language . This is a fascinating day! As you learn to help the individuals you live or work with, you will also learn a lot about yourself.
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Replay Access is available through May 31st
3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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All About Emotions

Part 4: Learning to Manage One’s Anxieties while Developing Social Competencies

Series Name: The Power of Emotions: Strategies to Fuel Self-Regulation, Learning, and Communication

In this fourth of our four-part series we spotlight our children's, students’ or clients’ Social Operating Systems: exploring the power of one’s inner voice, developing awareness and management of one’s own social anxiety, and differentiating between social success and “failure,” while also learning, step by step, how to relate to peers. We demystify the power of small talk and show how to encourage an individual’s motivation by validating their progress to help them manage their vulnerabilities. The course is packed with practical strategies!
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3.5 hours toward CE credit, if applicable
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Early Learners (Ages 4-7)

Part 1: Foundations for Early Learners—Teaching Thoughts, Feelings, and The Group Plan

Series Name: Introducing Social Thinking® Concepts to 4–7-Year-Olds Through Ten Storybooks and Two Curricula

Guide children’s early social learning and play experiences to strengthen social competencies and classroom learning. Part 1: Foundations for Early Learners—Teaching Thoughts, Feelings, and The Group Plan examines the foundations of our work with early learners, delves into the core concepts thoughts and feelings and the group plan, and provides strategies, lessons, and examples for teaching them to children ages 4–7 years old using We Thinkers! Volume 1 with fidelity.

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Early Learners (Ages 4-7)

Part 2: Building on Foundations—Teaching Thinking with Eyes, Body in the Group, and Whole Body Listening

Series Name: Introducing Social Thinking® Concepts to 4–7-Year-Olds Through Ten Storybooks and Two Curricula

Part 2 of this four-course series expands on the research-based foundations of our work with early learners introduced in Part 1 related to the core Social Thinking® concepts taught through our curriculum. In this course, we focus on the concepts thinking with your eyes, body in the group, and whole body listening. Learn strategies, lessons, and examples for teaching these concepts with fidelity using our We Thinkers! Volume 1: Social Explorers Curriculum with 4–7-year-olds in the mainstream classroom and specialized treatment settings.
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Early Learners (Ages 4-7)

Part 3: Assessing Peer-Based Collaboration and Play to Provide Specific Treatment Pathways

Series Name: Introducing Social Thinking® Concepts to 4–7-Year-Olds Through Ten Storybooks and Two Curricula

In this third part of a four-part series, we explore the use of the Group Collaboration, Play and Problem-Solving (GPS) Scale for 4- to 7-year-olds to better assess a child’s ability to relate with peers, what to focus on in treatment, and related lessons. Learn cutting-edge information about how to use the We Thinkers! Volume 2: Social Problem Solvers Curriculum with fidelity. This course builds on the precursory courses in the four-part series: Introducing Social Thinking® Concepts to 4–7-Year-Olds Through Ten Storybooks and Two Curricula: A Four-Part Series.

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Replay Access is available through May 31st
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Early Learners (Ages 4-7)

Part 4: Advancing Social Learning with Five Concepts to Promote Executive Functions

Series Name: Introducing Social Thinking® Concepts to 4–7-Year-Olds Through Ten Storybooks and Two Curricula

In this last part of a four-part series, we explore how to teach more advanced social and executive function concepts, expected/unexpected behavior, flexible thinking, smart guess, size of problems and sharing an imagination. We’ll demonstrate how to use our curriculum, We Thinkers! Volume 2: Social Problem Solvers with fidelity. This course builds on the precursory courses Parts 1-3 of the series: Introducing Social Thinking® Concepts to 4–7-Year-Olds Through Ten Storybooks and Two Curricula: A Four-Part Series

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